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It is not uncommon for fathers to feel unfairly dealt with in a child custody settlement during a divorce or paternity case. Mothers sometime will refuse to let the father see or communicate with their child, even when the father is paying his share of the child support. If you have a child, you have certain rights as defined by the state of Texas and our Killeen divorce attorney can fight for your right to be involved in your child’s life.
Our firm works to provide clients with supportive care and representation when experiencing an emotional trial such as child custody. Brett H. Pritchard has been serving clients in Killeen for 18 years and has helped thousands in this time by offering them personalized strategies to achieve their goals. We can fight to uphold your rights and ensure you are treated fairly by the court and deal with you honestly all throughout the process.
If you are presumed to be the father of a child, legally determined to be the father, or a man who has been judged to be the father by a court, you have certain rights when it comes to your child. Our Killeen family law attorney can fight for these rights in court so you can have the role in your child’s life that you desire.
Normally both parents have equal right to these until a court creates or modifies the statutory rights of a parent.
One parent who tries to encroach on your parental rights by what is known as parental alienation can be contested in court. Alienation employs more subtle attempts to deny access to the child by deliberately straining the child’s relationship with the other parent in some way.
Our dedicated Killeen divorce attorney can bring such actions by a parent to light in order to restore your rights to your child.